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It rhymes with butt-min

I am frequently asked about the correct way to pronounce my last name. Is it Goot-man or Gut-man? Goot-man means “good man” in German, which is a fine name indeed, but my name is actually pronounced Gut-man (which rhymes with butt-min), and means “man of God” in Yiddish. Ironically, I’ve picked a profession that gives my name a third...

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What's the next phase of your healthcare is going to look like at 65?

If you’re getting ready to turn 65, if you’re a fresh 65, or if 65 is on the horizon, you might have questions about what the next phase of your healthcare is going to look like. Understanding your options can feel a little confusing, but I’m here to help you navigate the choices—without the stress of having to go it alone. And the...

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Acclaim Renovations & Design has joined with Guru Granite to dramatically alter the home renovation landscape

A recently formed strategic partnership between Acclaim Renovations & Design of Mentor and Guru Granite of Euclid expands the operations of both these successful family-owned firms, while also opening up a world of possibilities for home renovation. “From a remodeling perspective, the integration of our expertise makes great sense,” says...

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Using ultrasound to demystify chronic pain

When trying to diagnose musculoskeletal pain, doctors may order an MRI or a CT scan, which often do not reveal the true problem. That’s because these are non-dynamic tests, meaning they do not show your tissues in motion. In fact, you are instructed to lie perfectly still. An ultrasound, however, is an ideal tool for looking at soft tissue...

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After navigating a lifetime of hearing loss, Dr. Amanda Barbur, of Amanda’s Family Hearing, decided to help others with theirs

As an individual with lifelong hearing loss who wears hearing aids, Dr. Amanda Barbur has a special understanding of what her patients are experiencing throughout their journey—the frustrations, challenges and even hesitation to find help. “Although I was diagnosed with hearing loss in elementary school, I didn’t even try devices...

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